Nikon's Fast, Powerful, and Pricey SLR
Tracey Capen, special to PC World
Powerful and beautifully designed, Nikon's new D200 fills a gaping hole in the company's digital SLR lineup. Ideal for pros and serious amateurs, the $1700 (body only), 10.2-megapixel camera fits nicely between the $900, 6.1-megapixel D70s and the company's top-of-the-line and very costly ($4500) 12.4-megapixel D2X. I predict that many D70s owners will want to upgrade to the D200's higher megapixel count and more-sophisticated controls.
Nikon built the D200 with a beefy magnesium body and loaded it with dedicated buttons and dials. The camera is clearly a descendant of ... READ MORE HERE!